Canada wants to refresh people's memory when it comes to asking for help and more importantly, using the signal for it.\nWomen and Gender Equality Canada (WGEC) is reminding Canadians of a video that shows how to alert family, friends and even strangers of an abusive situation at home. \nWith so many people at home right now, this signal could possibly save a life. \nEditor's Choice: CERB Money Was Received By More Than 300K Teenagers In Canada\n\n\nWGEC recently took to Twitter to express how isolation can escalate the likelihood of violence at home.\nIf you're in a dangerous situation, you can discretely use the hand signal by facing your hand to the camera, tucking your thumb inwards while wrapping your fingers over the thumb.\nAccording to their website, if you see the signal you can talk to the person to "find out what they need and want you to do." \n\nIsolation can increase the risk of violence at home. If this is the case for you, use this signal on a video call to...Posted by Edmonton Police Service on Thursday, May 28, 2020\nThe foundation advises people to ask yes or no questions to receive answers without raising suspicion.\nIf you or someone you know is in immediate danger, call 911.